Monthly Archives: September 2010

Zurich’s Blue Monkey

Image Courtesy of Dyer-Smith/Frey

Kramer Gastronomie selected the young Swiss designer duo, James Dyer-Smith and Gian Frey, to create a 1920’s old world Fumoir inside The Blue Monkey restaurant in Niederdorf, Zurich, which merges the lounging English pub comfort with the presence of modernity through raw materials and once inside you know that you are in a place were you can unwind and light up. Continue reading

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Dishoom – a Bombay Café in London

Image Courtesy of Affroditi Krassa

We all know that Indian cuisine in London is probably the best place in the world to experience the culture through gastronomic compositions beyond India. To accompany the cosmopolitan and creatively progressive culture of London, Afroditi Krassa designed a clear, fresh and unexpected environment that makes Dishoom shortlisted one of London’s Best Design Award 2010 by Time Out Magazine. Continue reading

Hostem Shop in Shoreditch

London designers JamesPlumb have installed an antique church pew to create an aged interior for outfitter Hostem’s new shop in Shoreditch, London.

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